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  • Katelyn Neumann

    By harmonic on 10/07/2019
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    Katelyn Neumann, mezzo-soprano, hails from Santa Barbara, California. Katelyn has a M.M. in Vocal Performance from California State University, Northridge and a B.A. in Music from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Katelyn has been the recipient of numerous accolades from both local and national music organizations, including being a 6-time winner of the Santa Barbara Music Club’s Music […]
  • Infinity Willner

    By harmonic on 04/01/2019
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    Classical guitarist Infinity Willner’s (they/them) performances have been described by their audiences as powerful and emotional. Through activism and experimentation within many performance contexts, they seek to break down barriers between audiences and performers creating music that is allowing for accessibility to audiences not often well-acquainted with Classical Music. Growing up in Washington, DC in a musical family, they had their hands on instruments before they could speak. At five years old, they […]
  • Madeleine Moran

    By harmonic on 27/11/2018
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    Madeleine Moran is a singer, songwriter, and composer. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition from Lawrence University Conservatory of Music, where she studied both voice and piano. While attending the Conservatory, she sang in choirs and performed as a vocalist in improvised micro-operas. Growing up in Chevy Chase, DC, Madeleine performed in the school musicals while attending the […]
  • Kristi Spicer

    By harmonic on 27/11/2018
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    Soprano Kristi Spicer, originally from Northampton Massachusetts, holds a Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University, where she studied under Ah Young Hong. This past summer, she performed the role of Gretel in Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel at the Milnes Voice Studio in Savannah, Georgia. In the summer of 2017, Kristi performed the roles of Despina in Cosí fan tutte and […]
  • Matthew Goinz

    By harmonic on 18/08/2018
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    Acclaimed as an “exemplary” and “moving” musician (Minneapolis Star Tribune) and an “inspired” and “captivating” artistic programmer (St. Paul Pioneer Press), conductor, lyric baritone, pianist, and arranger Matthew Goinz enjoys an active, cross-county musical career, joyfully exploring the programmatic, narrative, and theatrical fringes of the modern vocal ensemble. In July 2018, he concluded a four-year run as a member of […]
  • Darya Barna

    By harmonic on 14/08/2018
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    Darya Barna is a recent graduate of the Ithaca College School of Music where she received a dual Bachelor’s degree in Violin Performance and Music Education. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Performance at the University of Maryland where she studies under David Salness, and is ecstatic to be joining the Harmonic Family. As a violinist, Darya began to play at the […]
  • Daniel Peterson

    By harmonic on 24/05/2018
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    Daniel Peterson is doctoral candidate in orchestral conducting at the Catholic University of America, where he studies under the tutelage of Maestro Murry Sidlin.  He has completed graduate degrees in conducting at Southern Methodist University and Boston University, as well as a degree in music education and piano at Grove City College.  He has also studied abroad at the Bauhaus […]
  • Cody Sheldon

    By harmonic on 23/05/2018
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    Cody Sheldon was born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1989. He discovered his love for piano at a very young age, but didn’t get to start lessons until he moved to Meeteetse, Wyoming in 2000. While in Meeteetse, he focused mainly on piano, but discovered an affinity for low brass instruments in middle and high school. His senior year, he […]
  • Sean Brennan

    By harmonic on 22/05/2018
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    Sean Brennan is a multi-disciplinary guitarist and educator hailing from Baltimore, Maryland. As a performer, Sean specializes in contemporary music, and regularly works with living composers. He has given multiple world premieres of new solo and chamber works, including the works of Jordan Chase, Kyle Dubin, and Johnathan Hugendubler. In the beginning of 2018, he took part in a concert […]
  • Amanda Fink

    By harmonic on 05/05/2018
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    Mezzo-soprano Amanda Fink has most recently been seen at the Smithsonian Museum, performing solo excerpts from Rossini’s Stabat Mater with the Choral Arts Society of Washington.  Other 2017-18 engagements include Cherubino in Cleveland Opera Theater’s Le nozze di Figaro and as the alto soloist in Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with the Apollo Orchestra in Washington, DC.  In January of 2017, Amanda participated […]

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